We Are Giving Away Dog Chastity Belts For A Limited Time

Because Now is Probably Not a Good Time for a Litter of Puppies, We Are Giving Away Dog Chastity Belts for Your Female

One not so surprising result of the social distancing brought on by the covid-19 pandemic is that we get to spend more time with our dogs. It doesn’t take long to be reminded of the quirky parts of their personalities, and why we fell in love with them in the first place. As result, most of us are taking this time of social distancing to rekindle an old friendship, or even fall in love with our canine loved one all over again.

But, aside from receiving more attention during this time of isolation, how else can the coronavirus affect your pet. CAN THE CORONAVIRUS MAKE YOUR DOG SICK? Well, according to the AKC your dog can catch certain forms of coronavirus, but covid-19 doesn’t seem to be a health threat to your canine. (https://www.akc.org/expert-advice/news/can-dogs-get-coronavirus/)

The coronavirus may have stopped us from visiting our local dog parks, but it has not stopped dogs from coming in heat. That is why we are here to help those who have suffered financial hardship caused by the pandemic. Because we know that now is probably not the best time to have a litter of puppies, from April 24 – 30, we are giving away our Delay her Spay harnesses for FREE to owners of intact female dogs, while supplies last.

The Delay her Spay harness is the only noninvasive, true dog chastity system for female dogs being sold world-wide. Dogs using our harnesses can continue their everyday activities without fear of the harness falling off. Plus, the canine can relieve herself while wearing it with no mess to clean up. The harness also comes with a Sani-T Pad, sanitary pad, which may be included in the system to protect your flooring and furniture when she is indoors. For more information about the Delay her Spay Harness, visit www.delayherspay.com.

To get a free harness, just write us a paragraph about your dog and send us a picture. Don’t forget to include her age, name and breed. It will help us to know if she is an exotic size like a dachshund or great dane, which require special fitting.

You can email your requests and pictures to info@delayherspay.com. Don’t forget to include your shipping address.

In the meantime, stay safe.


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